Residents of an Indian village celebrate Kamala Harris' election win, Italy enforces lockdowns in four regions, U.K. prime minister Boris Johnson aims to build a relationship with Joe Biden, Guatemala copes with the aftermath of tropical storm Eta and Portugal and Hungary enforce curfews to combat the coronavirus' resurgence.
In a campus-wide email sent Nov. 7, 2020, Ball State President Geoffrey Mearns addressed concerns regarding people from outside the Ball State community intimidating students during the week.
Kamala Harris made history Saturday as the first Black woman elected as vice president of the United States, shattering barriers that have kept men — almost all of them white — entrenched at the highest levels of American politics for more than two centuries.
As the holiday season rapidly approaches, many people are looking for places to turn to in order to find new foods to bring to the Thanksgiving table. One business, located near Indianapolis, may be your next stop for a tasty dessert your family can enjoy, if they’re 21 years old or older, at least.
Weather forecaster Adam Feick has the latest on the early fall-like weather
Five members of the Lambda Beta chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. spent 24 hours outside at the Scramble Light to understand some of what homeless people experience every day, using only a fire, tent and sleeping bags to help them stay warm through the night.
Isolated, stressed, and overwhelmed are what students have described college life amid the pandemic. But one event on campus hopes to help students let loose for a while.
On Nov. 4, Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) held its weekly meeting over Zoom, where the senators voted on a budget request from the Academic Affairs committee and were presented with a new amendment.
In previous presidential elections, Brandon Waite, associate professor of political science, could ask his classes five days after an election how many students voted, and about half would raise their hands, he said. On Oct. 29, 2020, five days before Election Day, all but one raised their hand.
Gov. Eric Holcomb and President Donald Trump both won victories in the state for Republicans, along with the state attorney general’s race where Democrats had made a major push. A central Indiana congressional seat that Democrats hoped to win after decades as a GOP bastion was undecided Tuesday night.
A large voter turnout is expected across the U.S. on Election Day, a judge rejected the effort to throw out drive-thru ballots cast in Houston, hospitals hire short-term travel nurses to combat rising coronavirus cases, Kyle Rittenhouse's bail is set at $2 million and a federal judge in Chicago blocks the effort to deny green cards to immigrants who use food stamps make up this week's five national stories.